Historic Sheet Music Collection

Document Type

Score

Publication Date

1904

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Cupid’s Wings

Words by Charles Frederick Hammond

Music by William G. Hammond

For High Voice

The John Church Company (1903) Cincinnati, Chicago, New York, Leipsic, London.

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One sunny day as Cupid lay,
In rosy dreams asleep
I stole his fairy wings away,
And biding him a fond adieu,
I quickly donned the pennons gay,
That I might fly to you
One sunny day as Cupid lay,
In rosy dreams asleep,
I stole his fairy wings away,
That I might fly.
That I might fly.
to you.

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